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Arkansas Received Award from Unclaimed Property Organization

Thursday, March 15th, 2012

The Arkansas Auditor website recently earned the Holder’s Choice Website Award From the Unclaimed Property Professionals Organization at their annual conference. This award recognized the amount of work they have put in to their unclaimed money website.

Arkansas has been hard at work trying to return their unclaimed money back to the rightful owners. They overhauled the website to make the process much easier for the public. However, one of the best ways to search for your unclaimed money is with CashUnclaimed.com, the largest unclaimed money databases in the world.

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Virginia May Have Your Unclaimed Money

Tuesday, March 13th, 2012

Unclaimed money is an extremely common thing that most adults have, but are unaware. As per a recent article, Virginia is among many states facing a huge unclaimed money issue. In fact, this article states than 1 in 4 people living in Virginia have existing unclaimed money.

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Indiana Returned Millions in Unclaimed Money in 2011

Monday, March 12th, 2012

Recently reported, Indianapolis returned a total of $44 million to its citizens in unclaimed money in 2011. This amount returned is $4 million more than what was returned the pervious year in 2010.

Despite the large amount of unclaimed money returned, millions still remains with the state government waiting to be returned. The best way to find unclaimed money is with CashUnclaimed.com, the largest unclaimed money database.

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Idaho Woman Find Thousands In Unclaimed CD

Friday, March 9th, 2012

Just announced earlier today, one woman from Idaho was reunited with a CD she had opened in California. She had moved out of CA to Idaho in 2007, forgetting about the CD she had open. Years later, she was finally reunited with the CD, giving her a few thousand in unclaimed money!

Changing residences is one of the main reasons unclaimed money exists. Moving from state to state may also cause a problem finding unclaimed money. Most unclaimed money searches only allow state-by-state searches, so finding unclaimed money in other states is a long procedure as you have to search each state individually.

Maine is Listing Unclaimed Property Owners

Thursday, March 8th, 2012

The state of Maine has been listing the names of all their unclaimed property owners on their website. They are trying hard to reduce their large sums of unclaimed money, and return the money to its owners.

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Virigina Could have Your Unclaimed Money

Wednesday, March 7th, 2012

The Virginia Department of the Treasury is sitting on tens of thousands of unclaimed money, some of which could belong to you. This money is from estates, un-cashed paychecks, unclaimed stock or bank accounts.

Virginia is trying hard to find the owners of this lost money. The best way to search to see if Virginia has your unclaimed money is with CashUnclaimed.com, the largest unclaimed money database in the world! Search today for free!

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Tennessee’s Unclaimed Funds Total Almost Reaches $500 Million

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012

An alarming time for Tennessee’s government as their total amount of unclaimed funds is about to reach the shocking rate of $500 million. The worried government officials are now discovering and researching new ways to control and decrease this amount by means of their unclaimed money websites and awareness programs.

The Tennessee unclaimed funds department is facing tough times nowadays because it is facing the danger of total unclaimed funds to reach an alarming rate of $500 million. As per the current statistics provided by the Tennessee government, their total amount of unclaimed funds has already touched the value of $452.6 million.

Nebraska is Listing Owners of Unclaimed Money

Monday, March 5th, 2012

In effect yesterday, Nebraska newspapers started listing the names of the owner’s of their unclaimed money and property.

There is currently over $17 million in unclaimed property in Nebraska, belonging to roughly 34,000 individuals. The largest amount of unclaimed money owed to one single person on this list is $198,000!!

Here is the schedule for the publication of the unclaimed property supplment:

* March 17 – Norfolk Daily News, Beatrice Daily Sun, Fremont Tribune, York News-Times
* March 18 – Columbus Telegram, Lincoln Journal Star
* March 30 – Holdrege Citizen, McCook Gazette
* March 31 – Alliance Times-Herald, Hastings Tribune, Kearney Hub, Sidney Sun-Telegraph
* April 1 – Grand Island Independent, North Platte Telegraph

Mississippi Wants to Return Your Unclaimed Money to You

Friday, March 2nd, 2012

Mississippi State Treasurer, Lynn Fitch, has already returned $5 million in unclaimed money to the residents of Mississippi since her election into office.

Her and her team have embarked on a mission to find the owners of unclaimed money, and have proved to see great results.

However, there is still more unclaimed money to be returned to its owners. Lynn Fitch and team urge the public to search for unclaimed money that may be in their name. The best way to conduct your unclaimed money search is with CashUnclaimed.com, the largest unclaimed money database in the world. Log on to http://www.cashunclaimed.com today for your free unclaimed money search, in Mississippi, and every other state in the U.S.

Pennsylvania May Receive $500K in Unclaimed Money From Failed Banks

Thursday, March 1st, 2012

Reported today, Pennsylvania may be entitled to $492K in unclaimed money from about 29 failed banks in the united states. This money belongs to 1,300 residents in Pennsylvania.

Unclaimed money is an increasing problem most states, like Pennsylvania, are facing. The best way to search for unclaimed money that may belong to you is with CashUnclaimed.com. CashUnclaimed.com is the largest unclaimed money database in the world, with access to both state and federal records. Log on today for your free unclaimed money search!

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